New cookbook celebrates Aussie organics

New cookbook celebrates Aussie organics industry

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The new Australian Organic Recipe Book, the first of Australian Organic's cookbooks for 2019, features certified organic ingredients.

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HEARTY: Turmeric chicken zoodle soup looks perfect for winter.

HEARTY: Turmeric chicken zoodle soup looks perfect for winter.

The new Australian Organic Recipe Book, the first of Australian Organic's cookbooks for 2019, features certified organic ingredients.

The book is full of creative and comforting meals and sweets including buckwheat pancakes with berry compote and coconut cream, Republica organic mocha truffles, organic zucchini fritters, organic beef curry with cauliflower rice, turmeric chicken zoodle soup, black bean spaghetti with garlic prawns, and honey Vegemite barbecued lamb roast.

Recipes from this year's Australian Organic ambassadors and health coaches Luke Hines and Elle Halliwell, feature alongside those from organic influencers such as Dani Venn, Cyndi O'Meara, and Elisabeth Cripps Clark, and Australian Organic members Barambah Organics, Cocolife and Bertolli.

Australian Organic says it has supported the certified organic industry since 1987.

The member-owned, not-for-profit industry body educates and promotes certified organics to protect the agricultural and ecological resources of Australia.

To receive a free copy of the digital recipe book, join for free as a new member of the Bud Organic Club at https://austorganic.com/budorganicclub/

New members will also receive additional recipes, articles and giveaways.

Non-members can buy a digital copy for $4.95 or a print copy for $9.95 including GST.

  • To obtain a copy visit australianorganic.com.au
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